This month's mixtape is curated by the one and only Waterstrider. Earlier this year, the Oakland based quintet released Nowhere Now, one of those rare albums in which pretty much every single song is an instant hit. Their distinctive sound, with unforgettable gliding vocals, intricate guitars and infectious grooves merges many genres in such a tight unit that we thought a mixtape would help unravel the wide array of their influences. Turns out, you can also boogie to it.
Amok, the debut album from Thom Yorke’s super project Atoms For Peace with Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker, Mauro Refosco and Flea, is set to be released on February 25th in Europe and a day later in North America via XL Recordings.
They have just unleashed a new track from the album, ‘Judge Jury and Executioner’, and audiovisual artist Tarik Barri did a video for it. Watch it below.
Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace, the supergroup also comprising Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker, Mauro Refosco and Flea, confirmed this week the release of their debut album, entitled Amok. The album will see the light of day on February 25th in Europe and February 26th in North America via XL Recordings.
Atoms For Peace are offering a free download of ‘What The Eyeballs Did’, which was previously released as the B-side for the first single ‘Default’. Just head over to their website and scroll to the right through the stunning drawings till you find the clock tower. Grab the track there and listen to it below.